Pune, India, November 20, 2017/MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future published a half cooked research report on “Global Produced Water Treatment Market - Forecast to 2027”– Market Analysis, Scope, Stake, Progress, Trends and Forecast to 2027.
Global Produced Water Treatment Market - Overview
Following the trends from the booming market for oil and gas, companies in this sector have spurred into action and are increasing their exploration or production levels. When oil or gas wells are made, water is also often discovered along with them as a byproduct to the process. The water that is thus discovered should be treated or re-injected back into the source from where it was discovered. This type of water that is discovered is called as produced water. The level of produced water tends to be higher in oil wells as compared to gas wells which produce the water in smaller proportion.
As published in the Market Research Future Report on Global Produced Water Treatment Market Research Report - Forecast to 2027, the sector is expected to earn an outstanding level of CAGR. Whenever oil and gas are pumped out, water is isolated and pumped back once again into the reservoir to maintain the right amount of pressure in the well. Sometimes water is also released into the ocean or sewerage. The produced water properties i.e. their physical and chemical properties are not consistent. The properties have found to differ with difference in factors such as geographical location, reservoir geology, water injection history, and hydrocarbon composition, which is why produced water has to be decontaminated before reuse or disposal.
The produced water treatment market globally is showing positive cues for growth. One of the primary factors is the increase in the exploration rate of on-shore and off-shore oil and gas resources. The frequency of extraction procedures have also been increased in terms of volume, with further growth in demand expected soon. The demand for the global produced water treatment market is thus directly proportional to the oil production levels. With the development of new technology, the constantly reducing supply of usable water in developing countries can increase the demand for better water treatment solutions. However, the market could find itself restrained by high costs for operation and installation along with the scalability level that can be expected out of water treatment processes in connection with rising oil production levels. The maintenance costs of large scale equipment can also cause impediments to the growth process.
Global Produced Water Treatment Market - Competitive Analysis
With the entry of new industry players in global produced water treatment market, a trend of solid, volume-driven growth has been observed in the market with the addition of new and advanced technique types in the segment. Companies are aiming to capture & solidify their share of the market segment, by competing and experimenting with various advantage points. The best long-term growth opportunities for this sector can be captured by ensuring ongoing process improvements and financial flexibility to invest in the optimal strategies. Effective planning is essential in terms of R&D which will enable to continue the upward growth trend.
Some of the key players in the Produced Water Treatment market are Siemens AG, Aker Solutions, Alderley plc. Some of the other noteworthy market players are Schlumberger Limited, CETCO Energy Services.
Global Produced Water Treatment Market – Segments
The Produced Water Treatment market has been segmented into the following categories:
On The Basis Of Well Type: Land and Offshore.
On The Basis Of Treatment: Chemical, Physical and Membrane.
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Global Produced Water Treatment Market – Regional Analysis
With the increase in the onshore and offshore exploration activities the North American region is expected to dominate the market for Produced Water Treatment. Asia-Pacific region is also expected to register high growth mainly due to the shortage of fresh water in these regions.